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SteelSeries Rival review: a refined optical gaming mouse

Today we’re looking at the SteelSeries Rival 300, one of a growing number of gaming mice with an acceleration-free optical sensor. The idea here is that by eliminating hardware acceleration, you can get a much more consistent experience; moving your mouse three inches will always translate into the same amount of on-screen movement at a fixed DPI. That should make it easier to learn the smooth, pr...

Das Keyboard 4 Professional Mechanical Keyboard REVIEW

Das Keyboard 4 Professional Mechanical Keyboard REVIEW High-performance, mechanical keyboard works with Mac, too. In the past year, I have rediscovered the wonder of mechanical keyboards. As soon as my fingers tickled the keys on a tournament-level mechanical keyboard, I was instantly transported back to my grade school’s computer lab where I played Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? after typ...

I switched to the Pixel 3 XL from iPhone X, and immediately switched back…

UPDATE: Google released this statement about the microphone issues “We made several advances in the audio recording capabilities of Pixel 3, including enabling stereo recording in landscape mode. When recording outdoors, our tuning is specifically designed to reduce background noise like wind and road noise and overly loud sounds and optimize for audible speech. To achieve this, we selective...

Review: Logitech G900 wireless gaming mouse

Finally I got the chance to review this beauty from Logitech. The Logitech G900 Chaos is one of the best gaming mice you can find at this particular moment if you are in a search for a new mouse. Logitech has a wide variety of different gaming mice, but this one is on top of many lists just because it has the perfect price for the set of features it offers. For a medium priced gaming mouse, it off...

DREVO Calibur Review: An RGB Mechanical Keyboard With Bluetooth? Yes Please!

DREVO Calibur Review: An RGB Mechanical Keyboard With Bluetooth? Yes Please! My requirements for mechanical keyboards are generally quite loose: each of my keystrokes needs to echo throughout my hallways like a strike from the hammer of Thor, and it needs to be able to connect to my PC at least over USB. So yeah, not too a list too hard to hit. But you know, DREVO has much higher standards than me...

DXRacer IRON Gaming Chair

DXRacer have for a long time been established as the Gaming Chair company to beat. From famous Youtubers to everyday gamers, their presence has been felt and is synonymous with quality products. Does the IRON Gaming Chair live up to the prestigious name? When we first received the chair, we had a jolly old time getting it put together, made easy as all the tools needed are included, while the rest...

The Rokinon(Samyang) 35mm 1.4 AF for Sony FE mounts: Too good to be true? Turns out it was.

Before I begin my “review” of the Rokinon / Samyang 35mm 1.4, I want to tell you: I am not a technical guy. I don’t quantify myself by pixels, sensor size, camera attachments, or any other techno mumble jumble. I am all about “Does it Work!” To me that is absolutely the most important thing about technology these days. Sure I know my shit. But I also don’t care ...

AnyTrans Review – Get those Custom Ringtones Back!

AnyTrans The One-Stop Solution as an iTunes Alternative What iMobie AnyTrans is When it comes to iTunes alternatives, iMobie AnyTrans is the best program out there. Simply but, just like iTunes this program focuses on iOS file management and supports all of the standard iOS file types (such as audio files, video files, eBooks, apps and app data, contact information and messages, and much more), an...

HoTS(Heroes of the Storm) the first MOBA I don’t HATE and I hate them all.

So many of you know I HATE MOBAS I mean, I would prefer castration over playing any MOBA. Yet for some reason I absolutely LOVE Heroes of the Storm.   And here is why: Hero Interaction via humor as well as Positive Reinforcement and Reprimand: Basically, this is where you get told, “Good Heal” or “Heal Me” or humorous interactions like, “Wow you are ugly” T...

Why Ultima Online is STILL the best MMO

When I (legally) sold my Ultima Online accounts in 2000 for the hefty sum of $1800, the game was already three years old and being challenged by the likes of EverQuest andAsheron’s Call. I thought I was done forever. My guild was eyeing Dark Age of Camelot, and I wanted to cash out and rid myself of the chore of maintaining a dozen grandfathered houses on the dying half of a shard struggling...

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